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Rome, Florence and Venice?

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Hello, we'll be travelling to Italy in early July, for two weeks, visiting the big 3, (Rome, Florence and Venice) with a family of four (two teens). We plan on travelling by rail. Still looking into whether an Italian train pass, or individual tickets (booked in advance) makes sense? After landing in Rome and spending 4 full days there, we'd like to take a few days to relax on our way to Florence. We thought maybe in the Cinque Terre region. But realize it might be a little out of the way and still feeling the effects of last October's mudslides? Is there any rural area that might be worth a visit in between Rome and Florence. Fodors forums are a wealth of great information. Hopefully someone has some recommendations?

Thank you...Tom

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